We all know that the Defense Department (DOD) operates across land, sea, air and space. But there’s another domain for which it’s not always recognized: information.
At the crux of every cybersecurity strategy is an identity data management challenge: How much information does an agency need to verify the identity of an individual requesting access to network resources?
Forced to stay home, constituents began expecting even more from digital government services.That mindset seems to be sticking.
“I would look at data and data-informed decision-making as an evolutionary process, not a revolutionary process. It’s not something to be afraid of, but something that can help us all be better at our jobs.”
Data analytics enable unprecedented budgetary transparency and accountability and, by extension, can do much to enhance trust in government.
“Adaptive data governance shifts the onus from IT to a place of collaboration with business users, to enable people regardless of technical background to communicate around data to achieve outcomes with data.”
“We’re helping states rebuild critical unemployment systems with analytic automation, enabling agencies to deliver on their mission and get critical support to citizens.”
Organizations need to find more modern, effective, attractive and low-cost solutions that can take them into the future.
Our armed forces are faced with near-peer adversaries who have developed many systems that are competitive on a system-to-system basis. How can the U.S. assert and maintain dominance in this environment?
Before an organization begins strategizing and implementing data governance, there are a few things it can put in order to create a more effective and valuable governance strategy.